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drivers, nearly 10% by repeat offenders, which is why the ntsb is recommending that all 50 states require this ignition lock on all cars driven by anyone convicted of dui. so, if i'm drunk and i blow in here, what happens? >> the car will not start. it's as simple as that. you will not be able to drive the car. >> reporter: the ntsb is also pushing car manufacturers to fast track new technology that would allow sensors in all cars to determine if any driver is sober before allowing ignition. >> you will not be allowed to get behind the wheel and use your car as a lethal weapon. >> reporter: the ntsb is also interested in this houston, texas, freeway with sensors that sound an alarm to the driver and police. the ntsb is looking at lowering and making bigger wrong way signs and changing interchange design by eliminating fast lane exits and parallel entrances and exits. all in an effort to avoid the tragedy of the wrong way driver. jim avila, abc news, washington. >> a warning to be careful out there. but we do want to emphasize that new safety measures can work. measures like seat belts, be
but this was his first week back on it. the ntsb pointed to a faulty traffic signal for causing friday bridge collapse. train derailment and the toxic chemical release that caused the health problem for residents in pollsborough, new jersey. >> they are going to work the point of derailment and the bridge signal and track inspection records. they will look at the movable bridge and locking mechanism on the movable bridge. the coast guard is collecting water samples and say 500 people have been evacuated from the home in a 12 block radius of the scene. the punctured tanker with 25,000 pounds of chloride, flamless colorless gas in the air. no serious injuries reported. last check, doctors treated 86 people complaining of being out of breath or dizzy. having headaches or eye irritation. store workers report near stop in business. it will to no communication on safety officials. though they have health concerns, too. >> headache, my eyes are burning. today, working again tonight. all three of us. >> migraines. never get sick or headaches michigan eyes are strained. >> we are just learning from th
. >> the ntsb will be helping with an investigation that killed jeaninnny rivera. it crashed minutes after takeoff. none survived. she sold 20 million albums after her career. she also starred in the reality television show. she leaves behind five children. she was 43 years old. >> a nelson mandela remains hospitalized. he is doing very well according to south africa's defense minister. >> here he is at his home several years ago. he has been in the hospital for three days. he is undergoing medical tests. she would not elaborate. statements say that he "is in good hands." it has been two weeks since fighting ended between israel and hamas that lie in the gaza strip is still far from normal. by some estimates it will cost as much as $1.5 million to rebuild homes and workplaces. the government says it does not yet know where it will get the money. officials are hoping that other countries will step in to help. >> unbelievable destruction. it is difficult to look at. the weather is pretty tolerable today. >> other than the fog. it is one of those warnings that is hard to get up. >> it is so -
. police have no motive or so suspect@this time. >>> the ntsb is investigating the crash that killed superstar jenni rivera. garr garr tells us she -- theresa garcia tells us she was on her way to mexico to spend time with family and friends. >> it is so sad we have to go through that, but this is life. >> reporter: jenni rivera died when the learjet she was on crashed in northern mexico early sunday morning. the 43-year-old had just wrapped up a concert in monterey and was headed to the mexico city area. everywhere on board died, including her publicist, lawyer and make up artist. she sold 15 million records and in october won artist of the year at the billboard mexican music awards. >> she is the celina, the elvis presley. she will be in history for many, many years. >> reporter: media crews from the u.s. and latin america are here in lakewood lining the streets in front of her family's home. she was born in california and industry experts say the singer was on the verge of becoming a big name here in the states. >> she had just signed deal to do a comedy with abc, so, she was
initial reports did not find her remains at the scene. but this afternoon u.s. ntsb officials did confirm her remains were found. jenni rivera dead at 43. len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> an motional apology from the australian djs who pulled a prank on the hospital treating the pregnant duchess of cam bridge. ed to they say they are devastated by the apparent asked of the nurse who took their call. mel grieg and michael christian gain private information about kate's condition when they called the hospital last week pretending to be prince charles and queen elizabeth. three days later the nurse who put the call through was found dead. >> i can't panel what her family must have been going through. the thought that we may have played a part in that. >> the djs have been suspended and their show has been canceled. >>> a financial prescription for a stronger healthier bank account. cbs 5's julie watts on the new kind of diet intended to break bad spending habits. >> so, this was my own spread sheet. >> she may be more organized than most, but she is just like everyone else when it comes to spending.
, to the proposed government crackdown on one of the most deadly hazards on the road, wrong-way driving. the ntsb offering measures to keep dangerous drivers off the road. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: it is a frightening sight with tragic consequences, the wrong-way driver. >> it's a limited access highway. >> reporter: this crash just happening wednesday in pennsylvania, killing 27-year-old tiffany allcore. >> we had a fatality. someone going the highway in the wrong direction. >> reporter: nearly 400 people die each year from wrong-way driving. most from head-on, high-speed accidents. in fact, 22% of wrong-way crashes are fatal, compared to less than 1% of all other crashes. >> and they're completely preventable. >> reporter: that's why the national transportation safety board just launched a nation wide crackdown. zeroing in on those responsible. 15% involve drivers over 70 years old. but the real danger is alcohol. 60% of wrong-way accidents are caused by drunk drivers. nearly 10% by repeat offenders, which is why the ntsb is recommending that all 50 states require this ignitio
: chp and the ntsb support the use of iids and statistics show they do work. most of the men undergoing dui treatments told us they are hit- or-miss. and that the key to stopping them from driving drunk may be to address why they chose to do so in the first place. back to you. >>> first sunday of the new year marks the end of an era in san francisco. no more free parking. all meters enforced from noon to 6:00 p.m. paid parking is necessary because commercial districts are now just as busy on sundays as saturdays. meters in tourist areas like fisherman wharf charge 7 days a week. >>> free rides on muni not just today. coming up in 10 minutes the next fare free day plus how muni's growth shaped the cityism the police in oakland are still looking for a man who fled the scene of a fatal collision. the 34-year-old, moore, sped off in a bmw after officers pulled him over at 90th and bancroff. he t-boned a car at interstate 580. a female passenger in the lincoln was killed and three others were injured. the police arrested moore but his passenger got away. >>> across oakland, three people were
could turn around were st. paul and couldn't be up grated to meet ntsb safety standards. the change will cost about $4.6 million in the first year and will reduce the number of orange and blue line trains eliminating new rush plus service on the line. >>> time to get our first check of weather and traffic on the 1s and it's a big change. a big difference from yesterday. >> that's right. you could feel it as soon as you stepped out the door. what happened to our spring? >> i call it dysfunctional december. a big cold change came in. we've dropped over 40 degrees in about the last 36 hours. incredible change. a lot of that drop has occurred just in the last six or seven hours. look at these temperatures now. it is below freezing. most of the region has dipped down into the upper 20s. in montgomery county, fairfax county and parts of prince george's county is right near freezing. arlington in the low to mid 30s. manassas down to 25. frederick, maryland, down to 25 degrees this morning. what a rude awakening when you step out the walk the dog and get ready to go to work and school this
of charleston, west virginia. several people suffered smoke i hope inhalation. >>> ntsb said a distracted driver in a truck with bad brake was likely cause of amtrak collision that killed 6 people last year. happened at rural intersection in northern nevada. truck slammed into the side of a train that was headed from chicago to here in the bay area. at hearing in washington today the ntsb said the crossing guard arm was down and warning lights were flashing in plenty of time for the truck driver to stop. they still are not sure why he did in the act quickly more quickly maybe he was tired or just not paying attention who knows. but if the brake had been properly maintained or applied a second and a half earlier the accident apparently could have been avoided. >>> major headline for the millions of americans battling depression. anti-depressant can take weeks even months to bring relief but now the national institute of mental health health says they have discovered medication that can act within hours. chief medical editor richard vesser has more. >> a life time of depression. lift
by the train. the ntsb doesn't have the authority to make changes involving railroad crossings. but he can use that information from this investigation to recommend how to prevent accidents like this in the future. denise? >> all right. thank you, mary. it could take the ntsb up to 18 months to fully investigate the accident and issue a final report. >>> a suspect is arrested and charged with murder in the death of a new york city subway rider. he's accused of pushing the man in front of the train. now, that victim's family is speaking publicly about the tragedy. >> i just really wish i had one last chance to tell my dad how much i loved him. >> reporter: a daughter tells of her family's agonizing loss. >> we are suffering in sorrow. but we have to support -- the support of family, friends and church to help at this time. >> reporter: key sukwan was pushed to his death. and tonight, family and friends were united in tragedy, at his wake in queens. even people who didn't know hahn came to paid respects. >> we have to watch each other, help each other.
to meet ntsb safety standards. silver line cars will now run all the way out to largo town center. the change will cost about $4.6 million in the first year and will reduce the number of orange and blue line trains eliminating new rush plus service on the line. >>> breaking news this morning out of egypt. at least five people have been killed in the streets of cairo after more clashes overnight in front of the palace of president mohamed morsi. last night, the city saw the worst violence since last month when morsi announced near absolute power. the conflict continues over the proposed constitution drafted by morsi's allies. many fear it would revert the country to an authoritarian government. >>> the syrian military has reportedly begun loading the chemicals for a deadly nerve gas into aerial bombs that could be dropped from dozens of fighter bombers. they're reportedly just waiting on word from president assad to fire. >> our concerns are that an increasingly desperate assad regime might turn to chemical weapons. we have sent a -- an unmistakable message that this would cross a
were doing administrations on that very bridge just the day before the derailment. n.t.s.b. officials are pointing to a faulty signal and they'll review following a 2009, 16-car derailment and the conductor has been with conrail since 2008 and worked the accident route previously, but was his first week back on it. the n.t.s.b. say they winter to get their investigators to wait for the coast guard have crews to pump out the hazardous materials which should be beginning right now. >> and there's vinyl chloride containers and we still need to get those contains and potential for releases in the future even after we take care of the one that breached originally. so we're taking all precautions to ensure that everybody remains safe. >> and they plan on using cranes here to take out those tankers that are there. in the meantime, the coast guard is also collecting water samples and monitoring the air quality which they say so far have gone very well. >> harris: anna kooiman, thank you very much. this just in, a u.s. coast guard member killed in a crash. we knew about this earlier today and
are being cleaned of the toxin so they can be removed from this area. the ntsb is in the process of documenting what happened. they are expected to try to determine the cause of this derailment in the next few days. diane? >> linsey davis reporting in. thank you, linsey. >>> and now, the big news about that half billion dollar powerball jackpot. and those two winning tickets. tonight, the hunt is on for this man, believed to be a big winner in arizona. the winner. this is the moment he realized his good luck, caught on tape, if that's indeed him. while today, another family in missouri came forward to claim their prize. and talk about the shock of it all and how they chose those numbers. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: two years ago, mark hill and his wife, cindy, were both unemployed. today, they are powerball jackpot millionaires. >> i was shaking. i called my husband, and i said, "i think i'm having a heart attack." >> reporter: but she didn't. and the family today accepted their $293,750,000 check at the high school where they both met, in the town where they still live
the ntsb will be involved in this. her publicist, law, and makeup artist and the two pilots were on board the might. >>shepard: frankly, a lot of us had not heard of her but a major star. >>trace: maybe the biggest in the world and endured herself to millions because as you said in the open, she was so open about her personal problems. she was married and divorced three times. she sang the . want songs about the mexican culture and the drug lords and the gangsters, those who follow the music industry say she was the most influential singing star since salina. >> rivera was a hope for a lot of people in the latin community and worked a decade tire misally inspiring people and that legacy, the music, everything she did in the business will have an impression for many, many years to come, like salina. >>trace: this woman had her first chinese at the age of 16 and never released an album until she was 30. now the at age of 43 she has left a very long legacy. >>shepard: and then there is john mcafee. the software pioneer wanted for questioning with a murder has a new wish. he left the united s
hours on their shift, one was 78-years-old. former ntsb says that may not matter as long as they passed the exam. the jet had been in an accident in 2005. the investigator says that was a long time ago. >> it would be unlikely if there was a problem in 2005 it would wait this long to manifest itself. >> reporter: mexican officials are hoping to find the black box which would tell if the jet had a mechanical problem or voice recorder to hear what the pilots were saying in their last moments. mexican authorities say it will take up to 10 days for the initial results of the investigation. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> pleasant hill police investigating another pipe bomb incident a parent spotted a device outside office of pleasant hill elementary yesterday afternoon friday police arrested two teenaged boys on suspicion of blowing up a mailbox. investigators state boys had a second bomb in their possession. the bomb at the school was deactivated. >>> we hope to learn the identity of the pedestrian who was killed in san francisco. it happened in the financial district yesterday at beale and
. the ntsb said yesterday the truck driver killed in the crash didn't notice the train. the driver could have been distracted by ankle pain or a cell phone. officials also say weak train walls likely contributed to the death. >>> the man charged with killing a 6-year-old boy in new york city back in 1979 is expected to be arraigned today. etan patz disappeared walking to a bus stop on the way to school. 51-year-old pedro hernandez was arrested for the crime. despite confessing, he is expected to plead not guilty. the defense says their case will revolve around hernandez's mental state. >>> michigan governor rick snyder signed right to work legislation into law making it the 24th state to do so. it came after thousands of union supporters protested at the capital. right to work makes it illegal to require workers to join a union or to pay dues as a condition of employment. >>> today president obama will hold a conference call with some of the nation's mayors and community leaders all about that "fiscal cliff." the president and house speaker john boehner talked on the phone last night. the whi
. almost 400 people each year are killed in crashes where the driver is going against traffic. the ntsb is recommending changes, including bigger signs and highway redesigned. experts want ignition locks for those convicted of dui. 60% of wrong-way accidents are caused by drunk drivers. nearly 10% by repeat offenders. >>> and the nfl's week 15 kicks off tonight. as for last night's nba action, we're going to get the highlights, now, from espn. >> cassidy hubbarth here with your "sportscenter" update. the spurs in a thriller against the jazz. we start in the third quarter. spurs down five. tim duncan, knocks down the turnaround bank shot. big fundamental had 22 points, 21 boards and 6 blocks. less than three to play. jazz down four. randy foyt, gets the lay-in to go. jazz down two. later, al jefferson knocks the ball away from duncan. takes it all the way the other way. gets part of his 21 on the night. now, six seconds left, tied at 96-96. they clear out for mo williams. and he puts one up at the buzzer. cold-blooded. the jazz knock off the spurs, 99-96. they're now 9-1, at home this se
models. the n-t-s-b says the automaker did not report a safety defect related to its floor mats in the lexus r-x 350 crossover in a timely manner. the faulty floor mats could have trapped the vehicle's accelerator pedal, causing unwanted acceleration. toyota has been dogged by significant recall problems over the last three years it's already recalled more than 10-million vehicles worldwide for various problems so far this year. >> another check your weather, after the break. [ male announcer ] if you're ready to get more from your tv service, now's a great time to get at&t u-verse tv. make the switch. [ female announcer ] call now to get at&t u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months, with a total home dvr included free for life. plus, add hbo and cinemax and get the first three months free. [ male announcer ] with u-verse tv, you can record four shows at once with the total home dvr that lets you play back, pause, or rewind your shows from any room. get over 170 hd channels. that's more than cable. [ female announcer ] call now to get at&t u-verse tv for only $29 a month fo
is chairman of the ntsb. >> we bring the accidents back in, they have been embraced in many cases and we're not seeing repeats of those same accidents. >> reporter: but experts say two actions in which human failure was partly to blame. air france 447 crashed into the atlantic in 2009, killing 228. that same year, regional airline, flight 3407, crashed in buffalo, killing 50. >> cogan air was a watershed event in aviation safety, in particular bringing the regional carriers up to standards with the major carriers. >> reporter: the safety culture is spreading, accident rates are dropping, in russia, africa, latin america. experts say there is a real danger here. just when you start to think it can't happen again is very often when you're most vulnerable. tom costello, nbc news, washington. >> when we continue on this new year's eve, two men who have learned some hard lessons, now passing them on and making a difference. the boys use capital one venture miles for their annual football trip. that's double miles you can actually use. tragically, their buddy got sacked by blackouts. but it's
according to former ntsb investigator. >> what did the pilots do over the last 72 hours? we're going to be looking at their schedule. were they fatigued. >> the reported ages of the pilot, 78, and his temporary license have come under scrutiny. faa records show the registered owner of the leerjet 25 built in 19 69d is starwood management llc of las vegas. the plane's history is one accident in 2005 when ntsb says the plane suffered substantial damage. >> certainly i'd be looking at the condition of the aircraft. we'd be looking at all the maintenance reports. >> just before the plane took off jenni rivera and her entourage took this picture. they were headed for taluca, mexico. less than ten minutes into the flight the plane was reported missing. 43-year-old jenni rivera was known as la gran senora, the grand dame. they have turned the plaza into a shrine. her family said they hold out a faint, almost desperate hope that she might still be alive. >> in our eyes we still have faith that my sister will be okay. we have no confirmation of her body being recovered. >> in a kidnapping the
, trace? >> reporter: well, because that plane was owned by a las vegas company, the ntsb is involved in this investigation. we're being told it could be about ten days before they have any preliminary result on this. we know that after jenni rivera performed a concert in monterey, mexico, 3:30 in the morning she left for mexico city. about ten minutes into that flight the plane went from 35,000 feet to 9,000 feet, and then it fell completely off the radar. it hit so hard that it disintegrated, and authorities say none of the wreckage or remains were unrecognizable, and at first that gave rivera's family some hope. listen. >> in our eyes, we still have faith that my sister will be okay. we have no confirmation of her body being recovered, dead or alive. >> reporter: well, now -- that was late last night. reports say that her remains have been recovered along with, as you see there, her mangled california driver's license. the plane was built back in 1969 and reportedly was damaged during a takeoff in amarillo, texas, back in 2006 when a fuel line failed. that will certainly become par
be removed. ntsb is documenting what happened and in the next several days expected to try to find a cause of the derail many. lindsay davis abc news, new jersey. >>> we are seeing more showers in the bay area right now. let's check in with sandhya with the very latest on live doppler 7 hd. >> some of these are becoming a little more intense. show you live doppler 7 hd. own radar in mount saint helena moisture up to the north. i show you the cell here just northeast of forestville you cap see out to river road. and it is moving pretty quickly so heading off to the east. we are watching also in the north bay the napa area down the street level old sonoma road. first street. highway 29 there you can see some heavy returns out towards the silverado trail and really this moisture is just developing and shifting quickly eastward and it will continue to do so as we head towards the east bay here kenyon road highway 4 heavy rainfall coming down rate now in the area of be negotiate at 7 yichlt watching the showers as well. the showers are quickly developing and pushing off or just pretty m
in affect throughout the weekend and possibly longer. ntsb trying to determine the cause of the accident. the crew on the train tried to repair a malfunctions red signal light and got verbal permission to crash. only a few cars made it before the others jumped the track. >> we are learning about a murder-suicide that prompted a campus wide lock down in cas percollege in wyoming. the suspect christopher crum called his dad who is a computer science and killed him with a bow and arrow. the suspect kill would the father's live in girlfriend . then the suspect stabbed himself and died. they are trying to figure out what motivated him to do it. >> the power grab heard around the world getting back lash in egypt. the country's newest president mursi calling for a referendum on the constitution during another day of massive protest. thousands of people protesting him, this going on for about a week now. they're angry over all of the powers that he scooped up. that anger only increasing yesterday when the islamist dominated assembly apruched the draft of the constitution. the muslim brotherhood
building. florida, the n.t.s.b. on the ground now, investigating what caused a car crash at a park and tilling the pilot. pan the cessna went down and bursting into flames in front of witnesses. >> it looked liked they tried to-- the left prop went out and the right prop turning and kind of made it. >> no one on the ground was hurt. >> and today in florida, a day after apologizing for some hateful anti-american comments he's made in the past. south korean rapper psy rocking out in a mall in tampa, and people going crazy for the man behind gangnam style. set to perform at a concert tonight. texas they're called man's best friend for a reason. dozens of specially trained dogs on a visit to the wright university library to help eased out students cramming for finals. >> and i adore the dog and coming here, it's amazing. and the school says the program is hip and the dogs will be back again next semester. that's a fox watch across america. special ceremony held in our nation's capital to mark the second night of hanukkah, the national menorah lit near the white house, the eight day jew
crash in northern mexico yesterday. and ntsb are sending a team there to find out the cause of the crash. now the california born singer from long beach, california, also mother of five. was known for speaking frankly with the public about her personal struggles. she sold estimated 15 million records worldwide. she was 43 years old. the other person is a navy seal. 28-year-old petty officer first class nicolas check from pennsylvania. member of seal team six and killed over the weekend? the rescue mission in afghanistan. which successly freed an american doctor who had been kidnapped by the taliban. godspeed to them both. >> bob: absolutely. >> kimberly: bob? >> bob: well didn't cover it on five five, which surprises me -- on "the five" which surprises me. a report was out we covered 40,000 -- we created 140,000 new jobs. the obama recovery is roaring and we are going have a great couple three years. >> dana: how many people left the workforce >> bob: i have no idea. >> dana: why does it matter? that's why the unemployment rate went down. >> bob: you are all so pessimistic be. upbeat. >>
. in fact, ntsb officials are on their way to help mexican authorities investigate this crash. len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> well, a tearful apology today from the australian radio hosts to prank called the hospital who was treating the pregnant duchess. mel freak and michael christian gain private information when they called the hospital pretending to be queen elizabeth and prince charles. then they put it tonight air. three days later the nurse they placed the call to was found dead. >> i have to think about their family and what they have to be going through and the thought that we may have played a part in that, gut wrenching. >> the djs have been suspended and their show has been canceled. >>> a navy seal is being praised as a fallen hero tonight. heeded during a rescue mission in afghanistan. >>> a couple of armed crooks trying to car jack a woman. the news is the suspects are children. happened in portland oregon saturday. a 22-year-old woman was waiting for her parents who were in their church. that's when a 7-year-old and an 11-year-old walked up to the driver side window. >> the 7-yea
. her license was found in the plane. her body we are told was found this morning. even though the ntsb confirmed her death the family says they are still not losing hope. >> in our eyes we still have faith that my sister will be okay. we have no confirmation of her body being recovered. >>> we were told this morning that her body was recovered. we will have to check on that and give you word. the family is heading to mexico today. >> he was convicted of murdering a 7-year-old girl 15 years after the crime. the 73-year-old was sentenced in an illinois courthouse that case was considered one of america's oldest unsolved crimes. he had been dismissed as a suspect back when it happened and he went on to become a washington state police man. he was arrested after the investigation was reopened. >>> a former marine locked up in a mexican prison for four months on bogus gun charges. john hammer was arrested for bringing an old shot gun that used to be long to his great grandfather over the border. he tried to register for the gun but he through him in jail saying the hammer was too short. th
crashes in a park in san diego, killing all three passengers. both the faa and the ntsb are investigating the cause. to syria, where government forces say they have captured a strategic neighborhood, after several days of fierce battle with rebel fighters n. pakistan, new sectarian bloodshed, a homicide bomber, rams a vehicle, packed with explosive, with a bus carrying religious pilgrims. 19 people died. >> eric: as we have been following this morning, the fiscal cliff deadline. we are getting closer. but even if lawmakers managed to reach a deal in time, they will likely put off big decisions on taxes and entitlement programs and the growing $16 trillion budget deficit. how do we deal with that? the former deputy assistant to former president george bush. brad and joe, welcome. >> good to be with you. >> eric: of course. brad, i mean, this morning, the with the was on with the meet the press," blaming republicans. the republicans call it a lack of presidential leadership. does this thing get solved? >> no, it certainly doesn't get solved the way it should be solved. we have debt, we is s
to the national highway traffic safety administration. the ntsb says toyota failed to report a safety defect. this is the 4th fine levied against toyota in the past two years. >> a strong storm slams into washington state. as jeff reports, the severe weather caused problems on the roads and on the water. >> the only thing i remember is breaking glass. >> steve was driving to work around 5:30 this morning in lake stevens in the pouring rain and darkness he could barely see the tree come crashing down. >> headlights and looked like fuzzy stuff which ended up being a tree. just happened so quick, there wasn't even much more to hit brakes. >> landed across 84th street in lake stevens. the impact crushed the front of his pick up. >> were you able to get out? >> i kicked the door open and got out. >> the deputy thought for sure it was going to be a fatal crash but shocked to see him walking around. his only injury, a cut hand. >> if it happeneds a second later or earlier, i wouldn't be here. >> another foot he wouldn't have made it. >> around the same time, two people on board this goat were being
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, ntsb comes in, figure it out and supposed to try to -- >> make it better from errors and from -- so this is a very, very, very anti-fragile system and should build like that. you have a crisis. compare it to the economic system. not the same. a bank crashes. what happens? probability of the next crash is higher. not lower. not a good system. i don't want to live in a world in which disorder harms you. i want a system that benefits overall from disorder. maybe not all parts benefit but overall should benefit from it and unfortunately we don't have that anymore. >> so you are a former trader and one of the things you do focus on and just mentioned is the financial services industry. how could we specifically reform them to be more anti-fragile in your opinion more functional? >> overall to have an economy more anti-fragile what you need is number one less debt. and of course, if you have less debt, then you'd have -- you would worry much less about the banks. equity financing is vastly better. you know, in california we had the crisis in the '80s. sorry. in 2000. the crisis. there was
for the change. the stadium was too st. paul and couldn't be up grated to meet ntsb safety standards. the change will cost about 4.6 million in the first year and it will reduce the number of orange and blue line trains, eliminating new rush plus service on the line. >>> breaking news this morning out of egypt. at least five people have been killed in the streets of cairo after more clashes overnight in front of the palace of president mohamed morsi. last night, the city saw the worst violence since last month when morsi announced near absolute power. the conflict continues over the proposed constitution drafted by morsi's allies. many fear it would revert the country to an authoritarian government. >>> we're getting more news about the united nations peace envoy for syria. that meeting is expected to happen later today in dublin. the military there has reportedly begun loading aerial bombs with a deadly nerve gas. this meeting signals fresh hopes of a breakthrough to end syria's 21-month civil war. >>> new this morning, d.c. firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked the flames at an ap
of that operation. >>> the ntsb is sending a small team of investigators to mexico to investigate the private plane crash that killed mexican american singing star jenni rive rivera. she's the mother of four and was just 43 years old. >>> the australian radio hosts who pranked the british hospital where duchess kate was staying say they've been shattered by the death of one of the nurses involved. they spoke publicly this morning through tears. >> there's not a minute that goes by that we don't think about her family and what they must be going through. and the thought that we may have played a part in that is -- gut wrenching. >> the nurse who took their call died three days later. but the cause is not yet known. the deejays' show has been canceled. >>> south africa's defense minister says former president nelson mandela is doing, quote, very, very well after being in the hospital for three days now. mandela is undergoing tests. officials aren't saying why he's in the hospital. he is 94 years old. >>> two colorado university students are facing felony charges after police say they gave brownies la
but for charter pilots there's no age limit. we asked ntsb chairwoman if this was appropriate. >> on a private side there are no limitations but there are requirements that you be medically fit. >> reporter: the investigation into what exactly happened continues and could take weeks. the ntsb is on site assisting the mexican government with this investigation. as we pointed out yesterday, the exact same plane was substantially damaged in a 2005 landing and that is certainly something that investigators are going to look back on those records and match everything up. >> when you get more, let me know. >> will do. >> thanks very much. going home to toxic home. many survivors of superstorm sandy lost it all and are now battling an enemy inside their own houses. when will it be safe to return if at all? that's up next. oh, let me guess --ou see this? more washington gridlock. no, it's worse -- look, our taxes are about to go up. not the taxes on our dividends though, right? that's a big part of our retirement. oh, no, it's dividends, too. the rate on our dividends would more than double. but we de
. they are collecting water samples from the creek and monitoring air quality. n.t.s.b. saying they want to get their investigators to the crash scene because hazardous material. hopefully they will be able to start doing that today. >> gregg: thanks very much. >> heather: top democrats and republicans out in forced to as expected pointing fingers and blaming each other for the stalemate over the looming physical crisis. both sides are sparring over taxes and entitlements and more spending and the defense budgeted. tim geithner says the white house has put together a balanced proposal. house speaker says the plan lacks any real chrome. >> we laid out a very detailed carefully designed spending and savings and tax changes to put us back in the path, protect taxes from going up and provide some modest room for investments >> president and white house have had three weeks this is the best we've got? i was flabbergasted. you can't be serious? i just never seen anything a like it. we've got seven weeks between election day and the end of the year and three of those weeks have been wasted with this n
. the ntsb blamed the pilot for losing control. >> if there was a problem back in 2005, it would wait this long to manifest itself. >> reporter: mexican authorities say it will take up to ten days for the initial result of the investigation to be known, leaving behind a grieving but still hopeful family. and fans. >> she was more than just a song writer and a singer and a very famous singer. she was a personality. >> reporter: mexican officials are hoping to find a black box in the wreckage that would have recorded any mechanical issue and/or a voice recorder that could have captured the last moments in the cockpit. george? >> jim, thanks. >>> we have the latest on the royal hoax that ended in a tragic suicide. the australian deejays behind it are sick with remorse. their show has been canceled. and more serious legal consequences may be coming next. cecilia vega is covering it from sydney. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: media here, are saying that the nurse who answered that phony phone call did not tell her family about it, before she died in an apparent suicide. now, they're l
. >> thank you, go cats! rick: we want to switch gears and give you another fox news alert. the ntsb is sending investigators to the scene of yesterday's deadly tour bus crash in oregon that killed 9 people. dozens more were hurt when this bus slid off an icy stretch of. >> i hawaii and plunges down an embankment. >> reporter: we just got the latest numbers. 9 dead, 26 injured. this happened near personle on, oregon they call deadman's pass. this is the only section of that road that has that steep of an embankment. investigators believe the bus rolled at least three times before crashing down into that rocky basin. the local fire chief called the rescue organized chaos. >> 20 years and this is the first time i have seen anything like this. it appeared most of the patients had been ejected from the bus as the bus went down the cliff. >> reporter: first the rescue teams had to scale down that embankment. then bring the round up to the highway for you treatment. the number of injured and dead quickly rows. passengers who survived said those in the back of the bus fared better than thos
of the story is we saw the dow ntsb sell-off, the worst we have seen since early november. all ten sectors we followed so closely, hot on financials or energy, you are really losing today unless you are shorting this market. we have seen strength in the dollar because that is the save haven where people run for a little safety and also gold is another area. want to take a look at some names on the move, nike and red hot the, let's see how they are fearing. nike is coming out with quarterly profit and demand nd they talk about demand going forward and that is topping analysts' estimates so that is up 6%. red hat is a top performer in the s&p 500 and also a clear winner, 4-1/4% so two clear winners on the day when we have spent a lot of time showing down arrows, research in motion and major markets. cheryl: you want to know make you want to highlight the winners. thanks so much. speaking of red hot, keep it here. liz claman will talk to the red hat ceo and president on "countdown to the closing bell" at 3:00 p.m. eastern right here on fox business on a down day, you want to get the ceo of a co
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grammys. the ntsb is dispatching investigators to the seen -- scene of the crash. and linebacker jerry brown was killed in a car accident this weekend. cowboys' defensive lineman josh brent charged with manslaughter. he was allegedly driving while intoxicated. america's team honoring their fallen teammate with a close win over cincinnati yesterday. and parts of the midwest digging out after a storm that unleashed blizzard conditions over the weekend, dropping about 16 inches of snow on minneapolis. more than 600 crashes and over 1900 spinouts thanks to the blizzard. and those are your headlines, now back to cheryl. cheryl: all right, lauren, not readies for that snow just yet anyway. lauren, thank you very much. martial law in egypt where the military has been given new authority to arrest protesting civilians and take a look at this. president mo hard morsi on the cover of this week's time magazine known as the most important man in the middle east. nani, what did you make of him being on the cover of time magazine? were you surprised he has risen to prominence when he barely won the
0.4% and can be nasdaq ntsb down 1/2%. let's take a look at zynga. this is a name we follow and zynga has been crushed this year down 75% but the day getting a pop, there has been talk about real time gaming sites over in the united kingdom. so up 3.5% today for zynga. dennis: thank you. getting the blame for much of the downturn in the dow this morning, retail sales coming in at disappointing low levels. shibani: they're cutting prices in order to make up some of the lost shopping during the week and frankly during the year. adam shapiro joining us with more. a lot of times we see the high end and hold off during the holidays versus the low end. are there any winners this year? >> sax is offering 70% off on some items. there are e-mail coupons, lot of retailers are offering for 30% to 60% off. when you look at the numbers this may not be the holiday shopping season they anticipated. let's look at what happened according to spending pulse. it is reflective of all kinds of spending not only credit cards the cash, checks, sales growth between october 28th through dec. 24 will
are getting a new press release from the ntsb. just -- they're just stepping up to the press conference right now. we will monitor it for you. we assume, though, the rest of the day today is the air mixes up, people can move around, but by tomorrow morning when the air settles back down, that fog pushes all of that gas back down towards the people, back down towards the ground and it's not going to be any better for many days until they get this thing completely stopped. >> what a mess. all right, chad myers, thank you, for both of those stories. do appreciate it. i want to move on to other big news that we're following. how about this for big? kate, the duchess of cambridge, she's having a baby, folks. england's prince william and his wife are expecting their first child, and the palace says everyone is thrilled with the news. max foster is live for us at king edward hospital because that is where kate has just been admitted. i think a lot of people are a bit concerned for her health, but is there nothing more than just morning sickness afoot here, max? >>. >> well, severe morning sickness,
at this building. that's what the ntsb people there are saying about the -- they're saying about what they're seeing here, how these are just packed outside and not where they're supposed to be. >> okay. not a job i would want. >> no. >> we wish them well doing this. chad myers, thank you so much. you probably heard the news, big news across the pond today, the excitement, you know what i'm talking about. excitement grows as word has spread that the royals, william and catherine, are having a baby. yes, it's true. it is official today. so what does the baby mean for the royal line of succession? those details are ahead. >>> first, back here at home, check of the big board for you, an hour and a half away from the closing bell. the dow, a bit flat, down just about 40 points right now. investors as we are counting down the days, folks, 29 days until that fiscal cliff. talks in washington sort of stalled at the moment. by friday, all eyes will be on the november jobs report. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 when i'm trading, i'm so into it, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 hours can go by before i realize tdd#: 1-80
the ntsb saying that her private jet was considerably damaged in a crash landing seven years ago. considerably damaged in texas. no word yet if that played a part in this latest accident. there is no flight recorder or any reports of bad weather. now the united states sending our own team of investigators to the scene there. apparently conflicting reports about how many people were on the plane. her brother sis six, but officials say seven. now it comes down to that. rivera's california driver's license was found in the wreckage, along with that, of the 78-year-old pilot. >> gretchen: california can't pay its own bills. now a controversial program will have the state paying for free cell phones for homeless people. the homeless and other poor people are on the track to get phones and free service so they can keep in touch with family and potential employers. the money coming from the federally funded program, people in the program will get 250 minutes of free talk time. the plan is expected to get the green light. >> steve: if you're living on the street, where do you plug it in
, lucky. the faa and the ntsb are investigating the incident. greg greg it's going to be a bittersweet christmas in parts of the holy land payoff recent fighting between -- because of recent fighting between hamas and the israeli defense forces, but the town of bethlehem is looking to make the season bright. officials there say every hotel is booked up as christians from all over the world flock to the town where jesus was born. leland visit earth is there. he joins us live from bethlehem. leland? >> reporter: gregg, merry christmas eve from where it all began. we're just a couple of hours away now from midnight mass when the birth of christ is proclaimed by the latin patriarch. i want you to look behind me at manger square. you can see the place is packed, rocking a little bit earlier with christmas carols. they've got a big christmas tree lit up, and these celebrations began this morning. this is the palestinian boy scouts marching in to mark the beginning of the christmas celebrations here at bethlehem. this is the original star road all the way from jerusalem here to manger's squar
in the early minutes in the accident of exactly what that product was. >> incredibly the ntsb said the bridge was inspected just last month. >>> the pakistani school girl activist who was shot in the head by the taliban is expressing thanks to her many supporters around the world. in a message read by anderson cooper at last night's cnn hero's ceremony in los angeles, she said "i thank the people that supported me without distinguishing religion and color." >>> a woman from any pnepal who supports children is cnn's 2012 hero of the year. >> the 2012 cnn hero of the year from kathmandu is pushpa basnet. ♪ >> this is for my children, this is back to my country of nepal. thank you to everyone who voted for me and believed in my dream. thank you. >> how cute is she? she's 29-year-old pushpa basnet. she received her award last night at the shrine auditorium in los angeles. during cnn's heroes all-star tribute. listen to this, since 2005, she has helped 140 children. basnet will receive $250,000 to continue her work and another 50,000 for being named one of cnn's top ten heroes of 2012. >> anothe
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